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Old 08-23-2013, 10:01 AM   #21
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Greek extreme metal stalwarts ROTTING CHRIST and American post metallers ROSETTA head up the latest additions to the stunning Damnation Festival line up.

Joining them will be two slabs of southern sludge and doom in the form of PALEHORSE and SLABDRAGGER, French progressive maestros DIRGE, local grind merchants THE AFTERNOON GENTLEMEN and a rare live appearance from supergroup TWILIGHT OF THE GODS; featuring Primordial’s Alan Averill, Aura Noir’s Rune Eriksen, Lock Up’s drummer Nick Barker, Einherjer's Frode Glesnes and Patrick Lindgren from Thyrfing.

The seven bands join a bill rammed with extreme quality including Carcass, Cult of Luna, Katatonia, God Seed, Vallenfyre, The Ocean and Crippled Black Phoenix who will all lay waste to Leeds University Union on Saturday, November 2.

Returning to Leeds University Union following a blistering set at Damnation in 2009, Rotting Christ’s singer Sakis Tolis promised: “Our damned souls could not find a better and suitable shelter than Damnation Festival.

"Let's make the hell metal brothers and sisters."

Of their pending appearance at Damnation, Twilight of the Gods' Alan Averill said "I had a great show at Damnation with Primordial last year, and this year Twilight of the Gods arrives to bring Leeds some true epic heavy metal.

"Our album will be out in September so it's perfect timing for our first set of original songs in the UK.

"We promise you blood and heavy metal thunder"

The guys from Palehorse added; “We're really pleased to have been asked to play with such an impressive array of quality bands.

"Thanks to everyone at Damnation for choosing us in the ‘odd ones out’ category."

Damnation Festival is also delighted to confirm the addition of a fourth stage, which will focus purely of doom and sludge.

Festival Director Gavin McInally said: “The support we have been shown by the fans over the year, and in particular over the last month since we mooted the idea of a fourth stage, has been phenomenal.

“They have put us in a great position for this year’s event and afforded us the opportunity to grow to our biggest event yet.

“With our newly proposed timetable, fans will be able to see more bands in a day than at any other year."

Tickets for Damnation Festival 2013 are on sale now, priced £34, available from: http://www.leedstickets.co.uk , the official Damnation Festival website at http://www.damnationfestival.co.uk or facebook.com/damnationfestival
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Old 08-23-2013, 01:34 PM   #22
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lineup looks weaker than past years imo
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Old 08-28-2013, 06:45 PM   #23
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I have to debate wether it's worth forking out close to £100 just for a handful of bands that otherwise I could easily see appearing at next years Bloodstock. Only God Seed, Rotting Christ, Negura Bunget & Twilight of the Gods holds any appeal to me thus far.
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:01 AM   #24
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Doom and sludge titans CONAN, BLACK MAGICIAN and IRON WITCH will set the final cast for the wall of sound which has become Damnation Festival's fourth stage.

The Liverpool trio cement the new doom-focused stage which already boasts Moss, Mourning Beloveth, Slabdragger and Palehorse in a bunker-like venue, aptly named Mine.

Death metal duo DYSCARNATE and DIAMANTHIAN complete an extreme TERRORIZER STAGE which will also see Rotting Christ, Vallenfyre, Negura Bunget, Voices and The Afternoon Gentlemen test the structure of the cavernous Riley Smith Hall.

While, Polish post-rock quartet TIDES FROM NEBULA add the final touch to an eclectic EYESORE MERCH STAGE which will also be graced by Cult of Luna, Crippled Black Phoenix, The Ocean, Rosetta, Year of no Light and Dirge.

Damnation Festival's premier JAGERMEISTER STAGE is already complete with Carcass, Katatonia, God Seed, Shining, SSS and Twilight of the Gods playing on Saturday, November 2, at Leeds University Union.

Festival director Gavin McInally said: "Not only is this by far the best line-up we've ever put on, but it is also the most pleasing as we've been able to add a fourth stage with the support of fans who've bought so many tickets so early in the year while reducing the number of our much-hated clashes too.

"If doom, sludge and post-metal is your thing, you'll be able to watch every band from Iron Witch to Cult of Luna without wandering more than 20 yards while fans more interested in the Terrorizer and Jager stages will be able to catch the likes of Shining, Negura Bunget, God Seed, Vallenfyre, Katatonia, Rotting Christ and Carcass in one relentless day of music.

"At just £34 a ticket, we believe this line-up deserves a 'Sold Out' plaster across it and with five weeks of sales to go, that's our target, so please keep up the support!"

Tickets for Damnation Festival 2013 are on sale now, priced £34, available from: http://www.leedstickets.co.uk , the official Damnation Festival website at

http://www.damnationfestival.co.uk or facebook.com/damnationfestival
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